1840, Madison, Indiana

2017-Conservation of the original paint in the double parlor. The surfaces presented various types of damage while retaining the original paint. We corrected all of the defacing damage while retaining this original paint.

1898, Crawfordsville, Indiana

2011-Investigation of historic painted decoration, including a large exposed and conserved area of original ornamental paint scheme.


1933, Covington, Indiana

2011-Condition report on courthouse murals. Procedural recommendations and stabilization followed. The murals, a significant PWA project, cover the entirety of the courthouse interior and were executed under the direction of Eugene Savage.


1918, Indianapolis, Indiana

2001-Paint investigation leading to the discovery of 12 over-painted murals c.1930. Conservation of the 12 murals and replication of 3 murals in the East courtroom of the Honorable Judge Sarah Evans Barker.


circa 1893, Washington, D.C.

1995-Paint investigation resulted in both conservation and, where necessary, replication of historically significant painted decoration.

1937, Versailles, Indiana

1998-Removal of paint from the fiber tiles composing the sanctuary walls. Repair of damaged tiles and wall. Repair of water damaged moldings, walls and ceiling in the chancel including the gilt half-dome.

1871, Evansville, Indiana

2003-Replication of missing Moorish style decoration in secondary hall. Included the manufacture of flocked wallpaper design to match existing historical wallpaper in main hall. Recreation of pastiglia frieze.


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